The Brecon Beacons & Welsh Waterfalls
£450.00 | 21st - 22nd October, 2020
Covering a vast and varied landscape, the Brecon Beacons is one of Southern Britain’s most spectacular National Parks. As well as its familiar mountain and moorland areas, the Brecon Beacons is a rich landscape consisting of rivers and woodland waterfalls, rolling countryside and peaceful canal ways. We will be visiting during the Autumn to photograph the landscape at its very best, with autumnal foliage and hopefully morning mist hanging low in the valleys.
Throughout the workshop we will spend time photographing some of the Brecon Beacons most photogenic areas, including Llangorse Lake, Llangattock Escarpment and the beautiful woodland rivers near the village of Ystradfellte, considered to be one of the UK’s finest areas for waterfalls.
For this 2-day workshop we will be located close to the market town of Crickhowell, staying for one night at The Manor Hotel, known for its great hospitality and good locally sourced food. Included in the price is a packed-lunch and 3-course dinner on Wednesday and hearty Welsh breakfast and packed-lunch on Thursday.
On this workshop your tutors will be Mark Bauer and Drew Buckley. Mark and Drew will ensure that you are guided to the best locations at the right time, and will always be on hand to offer tuition to help you get the best out of your visit to the Brecon Beacons. The workshop will also include a post-processing tutorial and – if time allows – the opportunity to have your pictures expertly critiqued.
Group size is strictly restricted to 10 people, so a large amount of individual attention is guaranteed.